Chemnitz is not the first association when you hear the word “culture”. Nor do you think of the Saxon city when the term “technology” is mentioned. Both could change soon: On the one hand, Chemnitz was recently named European Capital of Culture 2025, which brought the city a lot of international attention – but there is also something going on in Chemnitz in terms of technology.

Industrial groups such as Siemens and Thyssen Krupp have been represented in the city for years. However, the automotive industry is really relevant for the added value of the region: The body builder Indicar GmbH and the automotive supplier Magna are located in the immediate vicinity; Volkswagen produces 4,000 engines per day at its plant in Chemnitz.

To read the full FORBES article, just click the image below.

More Posts

Overcoming boundaries

staff-eye paves the way for new markets, offering linked consulting and IT services Managing Director Alexander Kovalenko is sometimes known to take a very literal

Closing the Industrial Skills Gap with Augmented-Reality

The challenge to keep and retain skilled workers is hardly new, but the skills gap has been accelerating in recent years. By 2025, analysts anticipate over 2,000,000 skilled manufacturing jobs will go unfilled. Compare that to 600,000 unfilled jobs in 2011.

Staff-eye GmbH, 2020